OK… so going through the installer script again and answering “NO” to everything, still causes the conf file to get deleted. I copied the original airtime.conf file to /etc/airtime and all I get is a white screen. I restarted the following services:
invoke-rc.d airtime-media-monitor.service restart
sudo invoke-rc.d rabbitmq-server restart
sudo invoke-rc.d apache2 restart
sudo invoke-rc.d airtime-analyzer restart
sudo invoke-rc.d airtime-playout restart
sudo invoke-rc.d airtime-liquidsoap restart
Nothing changes, and I cannot get passed the initial login screen because it says the user name and/or password does not match.
At this point upgrading is just not working. Now, to boot, I have a problem uploading files that started after DigitalOcean upgraded their dropplets, they increased the disk size for free, but now I can’t upload files, says error, but the file is uploaded! Also, navigating to settings/status I get an “oops” page.
Any ideas on this one?